Brabham Racing Needs You to Make History Again

It’s been quite some time since Brabham took part into the racing world, but now, after over 20 years of absence, the team wants to put the name again in the top of the ladder-boards. And you can get involved in that if you love motorsports.
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Yes, Brabham Racing is back and wants to make history again in the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship, Formula 1 and even Formula E if all goes as planned. You are invited to help if you wish and you will benefit from unique offers regarding the thriving world of racing. But first...

What is Brabham Racing?

For those of you who don’t know the story, Sir Jack Brabham left Australia in 1966 to show the world what racing means. He became the first and only man to win a Formula 1 Championship using a car made by himself. How’s that for “built not bought”?

He gained three F1 crowns in total along with the top driver and engineer of the time titles. Denny Hulme continued Brabham’s work in 1967 after which Nelson Piquet claimed two more titles in ’81 and ’83. And sadly, that was all.

What’s next?

Brabham Racing is getting resurrected and it will boast the same innovative spirit that launched it towards success back in 1966. This translates into an open experience to whoever sustains the project, enabling a whole new level of communication between the team and its fans along with the possibility to experience themselves the racing aroma and even contribute with something useful.

Depending on how much you donate to the noble cause, you’ll gain access to the Brabham-Digital platform where you’ll be able to keep in touch with the team, learn about racing, get exclusive back-stage content, learn racing techniques and discuss.

Serious motorsport enthusiasts willing to donate £10,000 (€12,800/$16,320) will get the VIP treatment, consisting in a one-to-one session with David Brabham during a track day at Silverstone; driving a Radical SR3 included and you can bring a friend.


Brabham Racing has divided the project in four phases. The first one is to raise £250,000, provide fans the above mentioned and push the team to go after the big investment required for WEC.

The next phases won’t need additional investment straight away, but £500,000 will get the team a back-office, £2.5 million will grant a racecar and ultimately, £8 million will turn Brabham into the first ever community-sponsored motor racing team in FIA and make history again.

For those interested in the project, the full details and the contribution button can be found here on Indiegogo. There are now 37 days left to reach the first target. Good luck Brabham and Godspeed!

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